This show has been commercially released as " Europe '72: The Complete Recordings - All The Music Edition"
Greatest Story Ever Told
Black Throated Wind
Big Boss Man
Beat It On Down The Line
China Cat Sunflower ->
I Know You Rider
Playing In The Band
Next Time You See Me
Brown Eyed Women
Looks Like Rain
Big Railroad Blues
Ramble On Rose
The Other One ->
Comes A Time
Jerry plays pedal steel on Looks Like Rain.
There are splices between many of the songs during the moments of dead
air. The first couple notes of Big Boss Man are clipped. It sounds
as if there is a patched splice/dropout? for a very faint moment
during Big Railroad Blues. There is a minor splice in The Other One
at roughly 19:00. The first couple notes of Sugar Magnolia are
clipped. There is frequent distortion coming from Keith's piano on
louder notes. Sound Forge was used to edit many of the blemishes,
adjust levels, and reduce distortion. CD Wave was used for splitting
Reviewer:The Eclectic Guitarist
February 13, 2012 Subject:
Great greart band!
The only time I saw the Dead live. My girlfriend, later (now sadly deceased) wife. Was not a fan before this show. She was after. They were the most musically accomplshed band I'd ever seen at that point, and all those great left-field songs. Bobby's second guitar parts go way beyond mere 'rhythm'. When Jerry said, "We're makin' a record man." we all got excited. I had to wait nigh on 40 years for the release. A brilliant, energetic opening version of Greatest Story Ever told followed by a set that includes what were then new to the repertoire songs like Tennisee Jed and Brown Eyed Women. Sweet pedal steel on Looks Like Rain. Thanks for finally releasing this set guys. Like the rest of the Europe '72 tour, the band were cookin'.